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"Tribute to Brigade 2506"
This museum is dedicated to Brigade 2506, an assault brigade of CIA-trained Cuban exiles who attempted to eradicate Fidel Castro and the Cuban government in the Bay of Pigs Invasion of 1961. The museum contains a library of historical documents, CIA documents, artifacts, and photographs from the Bay of Pigs Invasion and the 2506 Assault Brigade. The facility also features auditoriums and lecture halls, and is just one of many places in Miami to learn about Cuban history and culture.
1821 Southwest 9th Street, Miami, FL, United States, 33135
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"Tribute to Brigade 2506"
This museum is dedicated to Brigade 2506, an assault brigade of CIA-trained Cuban exiles who attempted to eradicate Fidel Castro and the Cuban government in the Bay of Pigs Invasion of 1961. The museum contains a library of historical documents, CIA documents, artifacts, and photographs from the Bay of Pigs Invasion and the 2506 Assault Brigade. The facility also features auditoriums and lecture halls, and is just one of many places in Miami to learn about Cuban history and culture.
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1821 Southwest 9th Street
Miami, FL, United States, 33135
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